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Despite the strain of having fourteen children, Suleman went out for a manicure Friday and spent at least part of Wednesday shopping for videogames, as seen in a photo obtained by TMZ.
Nadya has reportedly put a gag order on her mother Angela, with whom she has lived and who has cared for her six older children, after Angela accepted money for a videotaped interview.
A church is also hitting out against Suleman, saying that, despite reports, they do not know Nadya and are not helping her find a home.
Nadya Suleman has recently commented she attends Calvary Chapel Golden Springs, which prompted several media follow up inquires concerning her attendance. Since our church is not membership-driven, we are unable to confirm or deny whether she actively attends this fellowship.
We can say, however, that she is not personally known to our pastors or staff. And to the best of our knowledge, Ms. Suleman's only contact with us was a minor inquiry regarding our Children's Ministry.
Ms. Suleman has also been credited with commenting that our church is in someway involved with the establishment of a foundation for donation distribution, providing her with financial assistance, and helping her locate a new residence. Our church is not involved in any of these activities.
She says: “I hope one day to get a bigger house, but I’m not in this for the money.
“We have three bedrooms and right now it’s OK. With six, we fit. The boys have bunk beds in one room, my older daughter has her own room and Aidan sleeps with her. Then I have my bedroom with the twins. Very often they all end up in my bed.
* She has not had sex since before she had her first baby by IVF seven years ago.
There is little help either from David Solomon, the sperm donor who it has emerged fathered all 14 of her children.
Nadya says: “He’s a person that I’ve known for 15 years. We talk once a year.
She acknowledges her life would be an almost impossible struggle without the sterling help of El Salvadorean nanny Aracelli.
Nadya reveals: “I have her from Monday to Friday and pay her $500 (£350) a week.
“Aracelli’s very, very helpful. She works overtime, doing 12-hour days, and doesn’t ask for more money. She’s a big help. My first six kids all listen to her.”
“Elijah is seven, my daughter Amerah is six, Joshua Jacob – JJ – is five. Aidan, who is autistic, is three-and-a-half.” Elijah has attention deficit disorder while Calyssa has speech problems. Nadya’s Lithuanian mother Angela also helps out, although she has described as “unconscionable” her daughter’s decision to have so many children.
Nadya has ignored the criticism and insists: “It’s Mom’s home but I don’t live with her.”
Originally posted by LostNemesis
LOL All of this is just getting really funny..
Is she really this mentally unstable??
Joann Killeen (octo-mom's publicist) also said the mother now has an agent: Wes Yoder, the same man who arranged book and music deals for the McCaughey septuplets a decade ago and publicity for controversial pastor Rick Warren.
The Killeen Furtney Group was ending its free representation after receiving at least 100 graphic e-mailed threats and swarms of nasty voicemails that went to the Los Angeles agency and even to some of its other clients, Killeen said.
"We've never had a public reaction to us representing a client pro bono like this, ever," Killeen said."
Nadya Suleman has signed an exclusive deal with agent Wes Yoder, president of Ambassador Artist Agency in Nashville.
Coincidentally, Wes also handled PR for the McCauthey septuplets born in 1997.
Wes has reportedly confirmed to radaronline.com that he is representing Nadya.
But not true, he says of a rumored book deal and reality show. He does confirm that Nadya has signed an exclusive photo deal with Polaris, a photo agency
She says she does have a nanny that she pays $500.00 a week to help with the 6 kids at home. Nadya says, “The nanny is very, very helpful. She works overtime and doesn’t ask for more money. She does 12-hour days.”
Who is this nanny, and why haven't we seen her before? Nadya tries to make it look like she's doing it all on her own. She's not!
I'm not sure where she is getting the money for the nanny, because with her $1900 in disability per month and $490 in food stamps, she doesn't have the money to spare.
Elijah, her oldest son has ADD and has to attend a private school so he can focus. She is going to have to put Aidan in a special school because of his Autism, if she wants to see him thrive.
Though NBC says they didn't pay her anything, an insider says that the request put on the table to film the ultrasounds/birth and interview was 1.2 million dollars. ABC and Oprah left the room but NBC stayed to play.
She has to have money coming in from somewhere secret.
Although a Franklin-based publicity firm worked with the McCaughey septuplets a decade ago, the company will not represent a Southern California woman who used a fertility doctor to give birth to octuplets, the firm's president said.
Ambassador Agency Inc. president Wes Yoder released a statement contradicting remarks by a public relations firm that his company was representing Nadya Suleman.
He said his company had provided pro bono advice on licensing Suleman family photographs and looked into the possibility of representing them, but decided against it.
"Ambassador has not executed a representation agreement, nor do we intend to do so," Yoder said.